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The Canadian News Hall of Fame is a museum that honours individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to journalism in Canada. The Hall of Fame is operated under the auspices of the Toronto Press Club and is housed within the Ontario Club at 30 Wellington St. W. in Toronto[1]. An important person who chose honourees was Gordon Donaldson (before his 2001 death), and his choices received some media attention.[2]

The Hall of Fame was established in 1965.

Selected Canadian News Hall of Fame Inductees

References

  1. ^ The Ontario Club
  2. ^ a b c Natalie Armstrong, "Black, Fotheringham join News Hall of Fame," The Ottawa Citizen, May 11, 1999, pg. A.6.
  3. ^ "Activist Callwood dies at 82." The Toronto Star, April 14, 2007. http://www.thestar.com/News/article/203138. Accessed October 9, 2007.
  4. ^ "Inducted into hall of fame," National Post, January 6, 2001, pg. B.6.

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